The Nanovic Institute for European Studies
The Nanovic Institute is dedicated to enriching the learning experience at Notre Dame by supporting teaching, research, and events that inform students and faculty about the countries and cultures of contemporary Europe.
The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study
The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS) supports research that is directed toward, or extends inquiry to include, ultimate questions and questions of value, especially as they engage the Catholic intellectual tradition.
The Center for the Study of Languages and Culture
The Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures supports language and cultural acquisition through a broad array of programs including Peer Tutoring, Summer Language Abroad, and English for Academic Purposes. In addition, the Center maintains a wide array of languages resources (including a language library), hosts language events, and conducts research to explore ways technology can enhance language acquisition.
The Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts
The Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts supports and promotes the research and creative endeavors of current University of Notre Dame faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates in the College of Arts and Letters.
The Hesburgh Library
The Hesburgh Libraries contain 3 million volumes, 2 million microfiche units, more than 17,000 serial subscriptions, and 12,000 audio recordings.The Holding of the the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, part of the Hesburgh Libraries, include more than 175,000 volumes of printed books and periodicals, manuscript holdings ranging from medieval codices to collections dating from the late twentieth century, and various other format materials including printed ephemera, maps, newspapers, numismatic and philatelic items.
The Ph.D. in Literature Program at Notre Dame
The Ph.D. in Literature at Notre Dame is an innovative interdisciplinary program which focuses on the study of literature both within traditional disciplines and across disciplinary and national boundaries.
The Medieval Institute
The Medieval Institute, founded in 1946, coordinates the teaching and research of the largest contingent of medievalists of any North American university. Faculty and students explore together the cultures and experiences of the Arab, Jewish, Latin, and Orthodox medieval worlds.